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|Lesson 1||hwhy rme)Oy@2wa|
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|Lesson 2||hwhy yni)j wylf)' rme)$y,2wa h#$em&-l)e MyhiOl)v rb@'day,:wa|
NOTE: I've been having great difficulty making the SPTiberian Hebrew script appear properly on the web page, at least when there's more than just a couple of characters. Please let me know if the above Lesson 2 sentence looks like the Hebrew script in the book. If not, just ignore the above and read the lesson sentence from the book. I won't write out any more sentences until I get this resolved. Thanks for your patience!
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Lesson 2 workbook answers (my answers anyway; if you disagree or have a question, please EMail me!):
|2.2|| What kind of dagesh is in the y dagesh
b@ = 2 What kind of dagesh is this? dagesh forte (1.2)
|2.3a||What is the initial wa vav conversive (1.3b)|
|2.3b||What is the y pronoun subject Form? prefix
Person, Gender, Number? 3p m sg (1.3c, 1.4c)
|2.4||What is the relationship of God to the verb? subject (1.6)|
|2.8||Using the chart, and reading from right to left, translate: and he said (1.5)|
|2.10a||yni)j means I. hwhy means YHWH; Lord (1.1b)|
Lesson 2 Translation Exercises (Read the Hebrew in the textbook p. 11):
listen 1. And YHWH said to him
listen 2. And YHWH spoke to Moses and to Aaron
listen 3. And Moses said to Aaron
listen 4. And a king said
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Lesson 3 Translation Exercises (Read the Hebrew in the textbook p. 14):
listen 1. And Abraham went
listen 2. And Elohiym spoke to Noah
listen 3. And he went to him
listen 4. And Isaac went from there
listen 5. And Solomon said
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listen 1. The king did not see
listen 2. The man spoke
listen 3. And king Jehoiakim listened/obeyed
listen 4. And YHWH did not speak
listen 5. And he sent to King Hezekiah
listen 6. And Abram went as YHWH spoke to him